- Alliance delivers standardized multi-carrier connectivity and increased productivity for Kewill's Global Customer Network -

Parsippany, NJ, December 12, 2011 - INTTRA, the leading provider of e-commerce solutions for the ocean freight industry, and Kewill, the leading provider of solutions that simplify global trade and logistics, today announced a strategic alliance to provide Kewill's global customer network with seamless connectivity to INTTRA's vast multi-carrier network.  Through this alliance, INTTRA and Kewill are able to help customers significantly boost productivity and service levels, while further increasing efficiencies across their ocean supply chains. 

As a global company with nearly 40 years of experience in international trade management and logistics, Kewill is a long-time innovator of solutions for some of the most sophisticated companies in the world. The Kewill Forwarding solution helps support the end-to-end shipment processing for freight forwarders, significantly simplifying the management of the most complex global supply chains.

By integrating with INTTRA, the largest multi-carrier network, Kewill customers will now have access to more than 30 of the world's leading ocean carriers via a single connection.  This provides for a more efficient way to process ocean freight transactions, saving time and money and improving productivity.  Customers no longer need to learn the unique attributes of each carrier's system to process their ocean shipments.  These process improvements allow customers to more effectively serve their own customers.

"Kewill's global customer base includes some of the world's leading freight forwarding companies. We are always looking for ways to provide integrated business solutions that offer more value not only to the customer, but to the end user as well," said Jacquie Boast, CEO of Kewill. "Unlike any other platform in the industry, INTTRA's vast network provides the flexibility and business insight required to meet the shifting needs and demands of customers. Through this alliance, we look forward to providing customers with better control and greater visibility into their supply chains, allowing them to proactively focus on increasing customer service levels."

"We are pleased to welcome Kewill to INTTRA's industry leading network of alliance partners, which currently consists of more than 60 supply chain software companies worldwide," said Ken Bloom, CEO of INTTRA. "As a recognized leader in global trade and logistics management software, Kewill offers comprehensive solutions and unmatched global reach that significantly simplifies the management of complex global supply chains. By forming an alliance with Kewill, we are able to provide increased value to their customers and further standardize ocean shipping processes in order to increase efficiencies across the industry."

About Kewill plc

Kewill delivers solutions that accelerate global trade and logistics. Our software solutions and deep domain knowledge enable our customers to drive revenue growth and measurable cost savings.

A global company, Kewill provides software that accelerates customs & forwarding, transportation & logistics, and eCommerce & B2B integration. All of our solutions and people are focused on increasing the speed of global trade for our customers.

Since 1972, Kewill has delivered global trade and logistics solutions to the most sophisticated companies in the world. Over 7,000 companies use Kewill solutions including Bayer, Ingersoll Rand, DHL, UPS, TNT, Hankyu Hanshin, Scott's & Co., Hitachi, WaverleyTBS, Mothercare, Black & Decker and Damco.

For more information, visit www.kewill.com


INTTRA is a leading global provider of e-commerce solutions to the ocean freight industry. INTTRA professionals work with over 30 leading carriers and NVOCCs, as well as their customers, to streamline and standardize their shipping processes worldwide through a network of more than 25,000 corporate locations. Over 450,000 container orders are initiated on the INTTRA platform each week, representing more than 15 percent of global ocean container trade.

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